Known as the Arctic jewel, there’s so much to love about the world’s most sparsely populated country. And there’s plenty for traveler to explore—whether on foot, by sled, or by ski. Boats and helicopters are more often used than cars simply because there are so few roads here, but even still, picturesque little villages are dotted along Greenland’s west coast where colorfully painted wooden cottages enamor every kind of traveler. Remote, wildly rugged beauty abounds, from magnificent mountain landscapes spiked with glaciers, to epic fjords. A welcome sprinkling of emerald-lawned sheep farms can be found for those who venture south. For a true brush with some of the planet’s most untouched places, a trip to Greenland is an absolute must.